Several members of the Sprott School of Business faculty have been recognized by Carleton University for their important contributions to teaching, research and their profession. Congratulations to the following faculty members on their promotion and distinguished appointments, effective July 1, 2019.

Promotion to the Rank of Full Professor

Promotion to the rank of Full Professor is based on significant contributions to research and one’s professional fields.

Gerald Grant Gerald Grant
Information SystemsResearch areas:

  • Delivering value from investments in digital information systems in public sector organizations
  • Governance of digital information systems
  • Integration and use of digital information technologies into the routines and practices of organizations
Shaobo Ji
Information SystemsResearch areas:

  • Green IT and IT for Green
  • ICT and sustainable business
  • Decision making in the age of data analytics
  • Design science in information systems research
Michael McIntyre Michael McIntyre
FinanceResearch areas:

  • Organizational strategy in policing
  • Discretionary accounting practices in relation to risk in banking
  • Elevated risk and the application of regulatory effort in the banking system
Linda Schweitzer
ManagementResearch areas:

  • Career launch: School to work transition
  • Gender and diversity at work
  • The future of work

Promotion to the Rank of Associate Professor

Promotion to the rank of Associate Professor is based on a strong and successful record of research and teaching and service to the University.

Diane Isabelle
International BusinessResearch areas:

  • International science and technology innovation
  • Techno- entrepreneurship within a global context
  • Technology-integrated higher education pedagogy

Appointment to the Rank of Distinguished Research Professor

This appointment recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of a retired full professors during their academic career and their significant ongoing research activities.

Moses Kiggundu
International Business

Moses’s career is focused on advancing management scholarship in and about Africa and globally through research, education, policy, practice and service. He currently serves as the founding editor of the African Journal of Management for the Africa Academy of Management. Moses is retiring this year following a 37-year academic career at Carleton University and the Sprott School of Business.

Friday, May 17, 2019 in , ,
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